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The Gods Fall
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Burn in the fires of imagination. Lift with the smoke into airy realms you've never known before. These 14 tales of science fiction and fantasy take place in the near future, the far future and lands that never were. Many stories originally appeared in e-zines including Fear and Trembling, Residential Aliens, Aphelion and Quantum Muse. Step into the pages of these folded dreams, and see if you emerge the same on the other side.
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There were several things I enjoyed about this story, besides it being easily read - and it is that. I liked the nod to Star Trek at the beginning - "Beam me up Scotty, There's no intelligent life down here" (Captain Kirk never said that, by the way). I liked the description of Captain Qek, he's older but still a little vain. Cute. I like Xela's perspective (more on the forum) by Bottomdweller
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Wonderful imagery! What a promising new author!
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